Heartworm Disease in Dogs and Cats

Parasites can threaten your pet’s wellbeing in multiple ways, with parasites that cause heartworm disease some of the most damaging. These parasites begin their lives as tiny larvae and spread to new hosts through mosquito bites. Eventually, they grow up to a foot long and live in your pet’s heart and blood vessels. Because this [...]

Why Is My Dog Vomiting?

Few sounds are as foreboding as your dog’s stomach gurgling as they are about to throw up. If your dog has one or two vomiting episodes but otherwise seems normal, you likely have no need for concern. However, acute vomiting can signal a serious health condition. Our team at Woodinville Veterinary Hospital & Mobile Services [...]

5 Ways To Protect Your Pet From Toxins

As a pet owner, you want to ensure your furry friend’s health and safety, and the possibility of toxin exposure is a major threat to their wellbeing. Take precautions to protect your pet from these common toxins, which include household products, medications, foods, and plants. Our Woodinville Veterinary Hospital & Mobile Services team shares five [...]

6 Tips for Medicating Your Pet

Veterinary medications—whether administered orally or applied topically to the skin, eyes, or ears—help pets recover from illness, manage chronic disease, and prevent parasites. Each pet is an individual, and one may gladly accept medication while another may have a superpowered ability to find pills hidden in a treat, spit out a tablet, or evade capture.  [...]

Say Goodbye to Doggy Breath

Normal, healthy dogs have minimal breath odor, and foul breath can indicate a problem. Doggy breath has a few different causes, but the most likely and prevalent of these is dental disease (i.e., periodontal disease). Our Woodinville Veterinary Hospital and Mobile Services team wants to help dog owners understand dental disease and other potential bad [...]

6 Reasons Your Cat May Be Peeing Outside the Litter Box

Peeing outside the litter box is a common issue cat owners face. If your cat is exhibiting this behavior, they aren’t misbehaving to make you mad or spite you. Our Woodinville Animal Hospital and Mobile Services team explains six reasons your cat may be peeing outside the litter box, and ways to address this problem [...]

5 Tips to Make Your Puppy’s First Year a Success

Adopting a puppy is exciting, but also a big responsibility. A puppy’s first year is important, and as their owner, you must take steps to establish a foundation to help them become a happy, healthy, and well-behaved adult dog. Read our Woodinville Animal Hospital and Mobile Services team’s tips to ensure your puppy’s first year [...]

Importance of Year-Round Flea and Tick Prevention for Pets

Fleas and ticks cause pets serious problems, and they can transmit dangerous diseases. The Companion Animal Parasite Council (CAPC) recommends all pets receive year-round, lifelong prevention to protect against common external parasites, including fleas and ticks. Our Woodinville Veterinary Hospital and Mobile Services team explains why your pet should receive year-round flea and tick preventives.   [...]

What Diseases Do My Pet’s Vaccines Help Prevent?

Keeping your pet’s vaccinations up-to-date is a cost-effective method to help control infectious diseases’ spread. These inoculations protect your pet from contracting serious diseases, and they are a critical part of your pet’s overall health care plan. To learn the importance of keeping your pet’s vaccinations up-to-date, read our Woodinville Veterinary Hospital and Mobile Services [...]

Preventing 6 Common Pet Emergencies

You take your pet for regular wellness checks, feed them a top-quality diet, and ensure they get adequate exercise every day. You are an excellent pet owner. Still, your pet could experience an emergency. Dealing with an emergency situation is upsetting and scary. To keep your four-legged friend safe and sound, read our Woodinville Veterinary [...]

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